• Maldives firm on GMR contract cancellation December 4, 2012

    In the standoff between Maldives and India over the GMR managed airport, Male is adamant that the contract will not be revived, and that it will take control of the airport by December 8. Reacting to the development, the Indian government is now taking matters in its own hands. ...
  • Gun culture on rise: Teens use firearms for power March 13, 2009

    In UP there 1,400 arms dealers and close to nine lakh arms license holders. ...
  • Stabbed by schoolmates he lives to tell his tale June 15, 2008

    Toronto: Reminiscing his glory days, former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar rated Kris Srikkanth as the best opening partner he had, saying that the right-hander liberated him as a batsman. As my opening partner, Srikkanth somehow liberated me as a batsman. He used to encourage me to play the shots that...
  • Guns at home, trigger away from danger June 14, 2008

    Lahore: Former Pakistan captain, Javed Miandad, has been entrusted with the responsibility of looking after the domestic cricket and national team's affairs, a role he has been asking for since his inception in the PCB in 2008. The veteran cricketer, however, will have no role in the administrative affairs of...
  • Meghalaya's tribal courts cry for recognition March 2, 2008

    Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) may have to appoint an interim coach for the upcoming series against Sri Lanka as time was short to complete the process of appointing a long term head coach of the national team. The Board has appointed a special committee headed by former test...
  • Multi-Level Marketing: Multitude of woes for distributors February 26, 2008

    Manchester: England Twenty20 skipper Stuart Broad reckoned that taking wickets was the key to his side's six-wicket win over India in the one-off Twenty20 international. Taking wickets is the best way to stop scoring rates. We didn't hit our length in the first 10 overs but the way we came...
  • Multi-Level Marketing: Multitude of woes for distributors February 26, 2008

    Manchester: England Twenty20 skipper Stuart Broad reckoned that taking wickets was the key to his side's six-wicket win over India in the one-off Twenty20 international. Taking wickets is the best way to stop scoring rates. We didn't hit our length in the first 10 overs but the way we came...
  • How multi-level marketing cheats at all levels February 26, 2008

    New Delhi: When one gets the sort of battering India got in the recently concluded Test series against England, nothing less than a miracle can rejuvenate the dying spirits of a team and its supporters. And though India’s two debutants failed to win the game on Wednesday, they surely won...
  • How multi-level marketing cheats at all levels February 26, 2008

    New Delhi: When one gets the sort of battering India got in the recently concluded Test series against England, nothing less than a miracle can rejuvenate the dying spirits of a team and its supporters. And though India’s two debutants failed to win the game on Wednesday, they surely won...
  • All that glitters is not gold in network marketing February 24, 2008

    New Delhi: Infuriated by India's humiliating 4-0 series defeat in England, the local media lashed out at the cricket board on Tuesday, accusing the governing body of pursuing riches instead of developing the Test team. The 50-over world champions arrived in England as the top-ranked side in Test cricket but...
  • All that glitters is not gold in network marketing February 24, 2008

    New Delhi: Infuriated by India's humiliating 4-0 series defeat in England, the local media lashed out at the cricket board on Tuesday, accusing the governing body of pursuing riches instead of developing the Test team. The 50-over world champions arrived in England as the top-ranked side in Test cricket but...
  • Child adoption process needs to be transparent October 21, 2007

    Mohali: India have taken an unassailable 1-0 lead in the two-match series against Australia after snatching a narrow one-wicket win in a nail-biting first Test on Tuesday but strike bowler Zaheer Khan said the home side would look to keep the momentum going. This series is very important for Team...
  • Children snatched & stolen, racket is called adoption October 21, 2007

    Mohali: India need to bat well on Sunday to give its bowlers a chance to put pressure on the Australians in their second innings as the first Test is evenly poised at the end of day two, India spinner Harbhajan Singh said on Saturday. India are 110 for two, still...
  • Adoption watchdog gives child traffickers clean chit October 21, 2007

    New Delhi: Suspended commissioner of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Lalit Modi on Saturday said that he had foreseen the present problems that has been brewing up in the Kochi franchise. The second-most costliest IPL team got a rap from the BCCI after the internal squabbles within the franchise came...
  • Adoption racket: CBI gives clean chit to Preet Mandir October 20, 2007

    Mohali: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Thursday said doing well in sessions, particularly on the last two days of a Test match, is key to win a series as the hosts gear up for the tough assessment against Australia. The two-match series will begin on Friday here even as...